Free Me is a DVD that aims to promote Free Culture to people new to the idea. The disc is playable in a DVD player, where you can watch a collection of short movies and presentations that sum up different aspects of Free Culture; if you put the disc in your computer you can find a selection of Creative Commons Licensed music from various artists, Creative Commons Licensed photos from Flickr's image pool and texts that have either been licensed liberally and are relavant to the the topic (such as Free Culture, by Lessig, and Free Software, Free Society, by Richard Stallman), or are pieces of great literature which are available in the public domain. When the disc is in the computer and rebooted you can use a GNU/Linux Live CD with all of this fantastic media on the desktop!
The collective work is subject to the terms of the individual licenses of the pieces that make it up: for details of these licenses and to know what you can do with each please visit http://questionsplease.org/freeme/the-dvd/the-list. If you're not wanting to download the entire 3Gb+ file then visit this site for links to the original sources to download individually.
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Please visit http://questionsplease.org/freeme/the-dvd/the-list/ for details of the licenses of the individual works on the disc.